Visit the GE HealthCare stand at BMUS to have a go at three challenging ultrasound games. ‘Anatomy flash’ will challenge anatomy knowledge and requires fast precision; ‘Find the pathology’ will task players with spotting subtle abnormalities in ultrasound images; and ‘Ultrasound slide and solve’ will involve piecing together fragmented scans like a jigsaw puzzle. On floor 2 in the GE HealthCare lounge delegates can enjoy a barista coffee and sweet treats, recharge devices, and watch live ultrasound scans.
“AI has become part of our everyday lives, reducing tasks and simplifying our daily routines,” the company says. “It’s also beginning to play an important role in women’s health, helping to improve the delivery of care and efficiency of ultrasound examinations. GE HealthCare is already looking to the future and has introduced tools that allow you to do what you do best – focus on patients.”
Harnessing the power of AI, SonoLyst applies image recognition to automatically identify fetal anatomy seen on standard views. The user can simply scan and freeze, allowing SonoLystIR to do the rest. SonoLystIR automatically detects anatomy and applies applicable annotations and measurements. “All you do is confirm, and data is entered into the Scan Assistant checklist and report, enhancing workflow and reducing variability between operators for improved consistency,” the company says.
“AI is only just beginning to be recognised and applied in ultrasound. Be sure to witness Professor Aris Papageorghiou’s AI presentation on SonoLystlive and live scan.”
Visit GE HealthCare on stand 2.
Picture: Delegates can see a presentation on SonoLystlive.
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